David Simurgh

David Simurgh

European manager for the Eish Shaok International Association. He spreads the principles of spiritual awakening through his work as a teacher, lecturer and writer. To date, he is the author of three first books on the Eish Shaok path: "I will tell you about them I- In the Beginning", "I will tell you about them II- In the Celestial Abode" and "Beyond Yourself". The books can be ordered here: http://www.ilgiardinodeilibri.it/autori/_haidehoi-david-simurgh.php

How to turn every fear into desire

You cannot live long by restraining yourself, keeping your true nature, the Truth you have come to bring, at bay. You can try, but it is an endeavour doomed to failure. Tyranny over oneself or others is simply too exhausting,…

Are you more stupid or more tired?

Meeting a man at the station in Milan. Me leaving on a long journey, him half lying on a marble staircase sipping a heineken and watching people go by. “Hey puppies, you want to know something?” He thunders at one…

The mission of peace

In a time as merciless as ours, in how many hearts grows the desire for total and eternal Peace. To end everything and simply deserve silence. On our shoulders, however, weighs the duty of a mission to be accomplished on…

Let Yourself Be Guided

Parent schools, kindergartens in the woods, the exchange of services and goods without money, open-air theatres, libraries and cultural clubs in homes, doctors in holistic clinics, psychologists on benches, temples in nature and in every corner of the city. There…

The candles in the monastery

A monk friend from Eastern Europe told me these days how his monastery is coping with increased expenses for bills. Every evening, the lights are turned off and candles are lit in the meeting and prayer places. His brothers are…

The Prayer

Prayer is a poem, a dedication, a wish that bounces and amplifies throughout the Universe and returns to us like a wave.When you really pray you are not telling God, the divine, what to do, quite the opposite: you are…

The river and the desert

A river that originated in the distant mountains crossed landscapes of all kinds and shapes and finally reached the sands of the desert. Like every other obstacle it had overcome, the river tried to overcome this one too,but as it…

A Cup Of Tea

Yesterday on the train to Rome I met a wonderful Buddhist monk. My assigned seat was in front of his. An initial greeting was enough to start chatting softly. Among many speeches, a Master that we both have in common…

Are you playing the others’ game?

You have every right to lie, they have done it to you thousands of times, for lifetimes, in so many different ways. You can now indulge in an incarnation busy with matters that do not concern you, pretending every day,…